from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as organogenic.
- Of or pertaining to the presence in a fertilized egg of germinal areas definitely set apart or specialized for the production of specific organs or regions of the body.
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Moreover, it is desirable to act in conformity with the usual practice of botanical writers, and not to change established terminology, even if suspected to convey false ideas, until the true condition of affairs be thoroughly well ascertained by organogenetic research or other means.
The terms adopted in the present work are, for the most part, not necessarily intended to convey any idea as to the organogenetic history of the parts affected.
As a whole, the organogenetic sequence of bat embryos is uniform and the embryos appear homoplastic before Stage 16.